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Just Us Together (JUT) Blog is a resource for people who are experiencing conflict and want to learn more about mediation as an alternative to court.  The legal process is typically a very unsatisfying experience.  People tend to be the most satisfied when they are able to make their own decisions regarding their family or business matters, and at a fraction of the cost of litigation.  The process is confidential.  So, all your family and financial matters need not become public record.

Mediation can be used to resolve all types of conflicts — from business disputes to family issues.  For instance, work place issues and owner disagreements can be addressed in mediation.  If you are considering ending a marriage, Divorce mediation is a great tool to take control of your life and come up with alternatives that work best for you and your family – not what a judge decides is best.  Mediation is well-suited for other family matters too such as conflicts between parents and teenagers, or to bring family together to care for an aging or ill family member.  Mediation can be used to resolve conflicts between business owners, employees, and neighbors

This blog offers straightforward, practical information regarding various aspects of mediation.  The goal is to help you in your efforts to mediate a satisfying agreement.   Please feel free to contact me directly if there are specific mediation questions that I may be able to answer for you.

If you happen to reside in the Northeast Ohio area, then we at Just Us Together (JUT) would be pleased to meet with you and assist you with your divorce mediation needs.  For more information, please call us at (800) 625-1664 and see http://www.JustUsTogether.org.  After years of practicing law,  we  believe whole-heartedly that mediation is the most satisfying way to resolve your business and personal matters.

When you are really ready to resolve your conflict, come see us at JUT.  Whether you contemplating a legal action, already involved in the court process, or need to resolve issues after a legal proceeding, it is never too late to engage in  mediation.